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Definition of Incommunicably
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Literary usage of Incommunicably
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1. The Theological and Literary Journal (1850)
"... and the divine side standing thus aloof, incommunicably distinct, has nothing in fact to do with the transaction, other than to be a spectator of it ..."
2. Sermons on Several Occasions by John Wesley (1855)
"As in heaven, " every man phall receive his own reward ;" incommunicably his; ... And this, likewise, will be incommunicably his own; even as his labour ..."
3. The Works of the Reverend John Wesley, A.M. by John Wesley (1840)
"As in heaven, " every man phall receive his own reward ;" incommunicably his; according to his own ... And this, likewise, will be incommunicably his men; ..."
4. An Inquiry Into the General Principles of Scripture Interpretation: In Eight by William Van Mildert (1815)
"For without the belief of the first, the Divine Majesty cannot be rightly, that is incommunicably, worshipped, so as to have no other Gods besides him: for ..."
5. The Golden Treasury by Francis Turner Palgrave (1902)
"... incommunicably throng; What they want, we cannot guess, Fail to track their deep distress— Dull look on when death is nigh, Note no change, ..."